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Drink Liverpudlians

vendredi 21 octobre 2011

Drink Liverpudlians
Liverpudlians enjoy a drink. Their sense of fun and love of a great night out guarantee that the city’s bars are lively and its nightlife is legendary.
So you will find a huge variety of bars in the region, from cool cocktail lounges to hearty real ale pubs. There is also a popular gay quarter, as well as plenty of different drinking and nightlife destinations across the region, from Liverpool city centre to Hoylake over on Wirral Peninsula and Lord Street in Southport.
Panoramic on Brook Street is a perfect place to start. Sip on a signature cocktail-try the Hendrix 34 or Apple Martini-while also drinking in breathtaking night time views of Liverpool and across the Mersey to Wirral Peninsula, from 34 floors up the West Tower. You could almost bain Hong Kong or Manhattan !
Some of the city’s best bars can be found in its smart new hotels. Check out The White Bar at Radisson Blu, Pima at the Hilton Liverpool or the Plum Bar at Malmaison for a sophisticated cocktail or perfectly mixed gin & tonic.
There are also traditional pubs on virtually every street corner, where the welcome will be warm and the beer just the right temperature. Try Thomas Rigby’s on Dale Street, one of Liverpool’s oldest pubs that does a range of 40 + world beers and eight cask conditioned ales, or head for the Fly in the Loaf on Hardman Street for genuine Belgian and Germen beers.
Some of the city’s best bars can be found in its smart new hotels. Check out The White Bar at Radisson Blu, Pima at the Hilton Liverpool or the Plum Bar at Malmaison for a sophisticated cocktail or perfectly mixed gin & tonic.
Ye Hole in Ye Wall is a really traditional drinking den, as well as Liverpool’s reputedly oldest hostelry, offering heaps of atmosphere, great beer and lots old photos of the city. The Beer House at the Contemporary Urban Centre serves up the world’s very best beers, ales and ciders all under one roof.
For an alternative, put on your posh frock and slink o to the stylish V-Lounge in The Vincent Hotel in Southport, which becomes a private members club after 7.00 pm unless you are dining. Or try the ice cool Alma de Cuba inside the converted St Peter’s Church on Seel Street, a Cuban themed bar which does sexy salsa classes.
For the ultimate fashionable evening haunt, you should also check out Bar Four at the boutique Hard Days Night Hotel, which attracts a beautiful crowd and serves fun themed cocktails such as the Strawberry Fields-complete with vodka infused with grass from Strawberry Field itself. The Wro Bar and Lounge on Wirral Peninsula, Bar of the Year at he Mersey Partnership’s Tourism Awards, is another great choice, serving s fine selection of wines and beers plus a delicious menu full of the very best produce from the local area.